Agena is an interpreted procedural programming language.
Agena is a new easy-to-learn procedural programming language suited to be used in scientific, mathematical, scripting, networking, and many other applications. Binaries are available for Solaris, Windows, Linux, OS/2, Mac OS X, Raspberry Pi and DOS.
Brandy is an interpreter for BBC Basic
Brandy is an interpreter for BBC Basic (or Basic V) that runs under a variety of operating systems. Basic V is the version of Basic supplied with desktop computers running RISC OS. These were originally made by Acorn Computers.
This is an interpreted programming language that is designed to teach young children the fundamentals of programming, hiding away from students the complex concepts of programming, such as parentheses, quotes, data types, arrays, while allowing them to understand the basic concepts of programming, and, move to a more advanced language. It also serves as an exapmle on how to create an interpreter with QBASIC. The interpreter is written in QBASIC, and is licensed under the GNU GPLv2. About the unixname: The "shortname" of the project was a typo, but it was too late when I actually realised it. Features that still need to be implemented: Boolean expressions (IF) (If I ever find a flexible way to implement them, because you can't parse user input to a boolean command in QBASIC, without using a dynamically changed BAS file, which is going to fail if using it compilled) The source code should be compiled with either QB64, QuickBASIC or freeBASIC (with the -lang qb switch enabled
JBasic is a traditional BASIC language intepreter written in Java for command line or embedded use. It supports conventional GW-BASIC style syntax, plus some modern extensions for supporting threads, JDBC, etc. JBasic can be run directly from a shell.
C64 like basic in java (pure not emulated)